Datenschutz und Datensicherheit - DuD

, Volume 34, Issue 11, pp 753–757 | Cite as

Quantenkryptographie

Überblick und aktuelle Entwicklungen
  • Stefan Rass
  • Peter Schartner
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Zusammenfassung

Quantenkryptographie gilt als Schlüsseltechnologie der kommenden Jahrzehnte. Über 20 Jahre hat die Evolution von der Idee bis zu den ersten Prototypen gedauert, die bereits heute demonstrieren, dass zukünftige Netzwerke mit hoher Sicherheit optisch sein werden. Die Autoren geben — anknüpfend an einen DuD-Beitrag aus 2002 [10] — einen Überblick über Theorie und Praxis heutiger Quantennetzwerke.

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